Dubai: Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) offensive batsman Chris Gayle has revealed that despite being in a position to win in regular overs during the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) match against Mumbai Indians (MI) when he got a super He had to feel ‘angry and disappointed’ when he had to get down to play Super Over. After defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore on the last ball, the Kings XI Punjab team also pulled the match against Mumbai to the last ball, after which the result of the match in two Super Over. The match was tied in the first Super Over as well, then the match had to be decided by the second Super Over. And in this, Punjab beat Mumbai Indians in the best way.
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Chasing 11 runs in the second super over, Gayle hit a six off the first ball of Trent Boult, after which Mayank Agarwal gave Kings XI their second consecutive win with two consecutive fours. In the post-match show on IPLT20.com, Gayle told Aggarwal and Mohammed Shami, ‘No, I was not nervous. I was a little annoyed and disappointed that we put ourselves in this situation. But this is a game of cricket and things like this happen.
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He said, ‘Even when we were going to bat (in the second super over) you asked me who will face the first ball. I said, Mayank, you are asking me this question? The first ball will be faced by the boss (Gayle calls himself Universal Boss). For Punjab, Shami bowled brilliantly in the first super over to defend the score of five runs, after which Chris Jordan gave 11 runs in the second super over. Gayle said, ‘Man of the match for me is Shami. It is fantastic to stop Rohit (Sharma) and Quinton Dickock from scoring six runs. He did a great job. Gayle said, ‘I have faced you on the nets and I know that you can throw yorkers and throw quite well. Today he came and gave the result and got us back in the match.